Toward One Wisconsin Nov. 11-13:
Reserve your spot today!
“My mom came here from Mexico – like every other immigrant that comes to Wisconsin – for an opportunity to work and evolve.”
President and CEO
Latino Chamber of Commerce
Toward One Wisconsin co-chair
Businesses, organizations and individuals from across Wisconsin are coming together to address how to build communities of equity and opportunity. Don’t miss your chance to join them at this premier inclusivity conference.
Toward One Wisconsin Conference
Reserve your spot today
(Tip: Save up to $100 – register before Oct. 23)
One of Toward One Wisconsin’s Co-chairs, Jessica Cavazos, is excited to share with you why this three-day gathering is so important in moving Wisconsin forward. Click on the link above to hear her story.
Need more reasons to register?
- 50 interest sessions, 90-plus presenters (Click here for program schedule.)
- Special preconference day Nov. 11: Racism is a Public Health Crisis… and what we can do about it (Program session details coming next week!)
- CEO Action Panel for Diversity and Inclusion – Taking the Pledge
- All-digital poster presentations, show your work, engage with others – details at inclusivity-wi.org/poster
Click here to check out the amazing lineup of over 50 interest sessions and 90-plus presenters covering these four tracks:
- Track I: Increasing Opportunities for Inclusion in Wisconsin’s Workforce
- Track II: Creating Inclusive Communities
- Track III: Cultivating Equity in Education
- Track IV: Building Health Equity in Wisconsin
This week’s session highlight: Track II: Presenters John A. Birdsall, Birdsall Obear & Associates SC, attorney; Keith Findley, University of Wisconsin-Madison Law School, professor; Jarrett Adams, attorney, exoneree; Michael O’Hear, Marquette Law School, professor; and Joel Brennan, Wisconsin Department of the Administration, secretary; will present:
‘A Plan for Reducing Mass Incarceration in Wisconsin
What you will learn: Attendees will come away with a deeper understanding of the causes and consequences of Wisconsin’s incarceration epidemic, including basic facts about our criminal justice system and how it prejudices arrests, convictions and incarceration of black men (among others). Attendees will learn about the prison abolition movement – its origins and effects – and how to engage with the movement to effect change.
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For complete list of conference sponsors, click here.